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Solve the following system of equations by using the elimination method.
x – y = 11
2x + y = 19
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I will try to solve your system of equations.
Step: Solve x−y=11 for x:
x−y+y=11+y(Add y to both sides)
Step: Substitute (y+11) for x in 2x+y=19:
3y+22=19(Simplify both sides of the equation)
3y+22+−22=19+−22(Add -22 to both sides)
3y/3 = −3/3
(Divide both sides by 3)
Step: Substitute (−1) for y in x=y+11:
x=10(Simplify both sides of the equation)
x=10 and y=−1
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